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  • Seahawks' Julian Love: Stacks up 123 tackles

    Love posted 123 tackles (85 solo), 10 pass breakups and four interceptions across 17 regular season games in 2023. Love registered career highs in solo tackles, pass breakups and interceptions in his first season with the Seahawks. His snap counts dipped when Jamal Adams (knee) was healthy, but Adams finished the season on injured reserve. Love's ability to step up when Adams was injured makes him a strong candidate to stay with the team for the last year of his contract despite more than $5 million in cap savings if he was cut.
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  • Seahawks' Julian Love: Season-high 14 tackles in loss

    Love had 14 tackles (10 solo) and a forced fumble in Sunday's 30-23 loss to the Steelers. Love's 14 tackles matches a career high he set in 2022 as a member of the Giants. It's the fourth time this season he's reached double-digit tackles and the third straight game he's played every single defensive snap. He's up to 116 total tackles on the year and is eight shy of matching the career high he set last season.
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  • Seahawks' Julian Love: Not certain to play Sunday

    Love isn't on the Seahawks' injury report heading into the weekend, but he and his wife are awaiting the birth of their child, casting uncertainty about whether the safety will be able to play in Sunday's Week 16 contest in Tennessee, Brady Henderson of reports. Love's wife is reportedly due to give birth this week, but Seattle coach Pete Carroll indicated that, to his knowledge, that hasn't yet happened. As such, Love won't travel with the team for Sunday's road game, though Carroll said the safety will make his way to Nashville "when he can." It sounds like Love isn't guaranteed to take the field for the contest, but if he does suit up, he'd almost certainly start since Jamal Adams (knee) has been ruled out. If Love isn't able to participate Sunday, Coby Bryant could slide over from his reserve cornerback role to fill in, per Curtis Crabtree of Fox 13 Seattle.
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  • Seahawks' Julian Love: Totals 10 tackles in Week 12 loss

    Love posted 10 tackles (six solo) in a loss to the 49ers on Thursday Night Football. Love took advantage of his second straight start to finish with his third double-digit tackle effort of the campaign. The veteran safety has established a solid IDP floor over the past three weeks with 24 total tackles over that span. However, he may not be able to sustain that level of production with Seattle's secondary almost fully healthy at the moment.
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  • Seahawks' Julian Love: Logs double-digit tackles

    Love recorded 10 tackles (six solo) during the Seahawks' 24-3 win versus the Giants on Monday. Love had a big game against his former team while filling in for Jamal Adams (concussion), who left the game early in the first quarter. Love, a 2019 fourth-round pick, has now logged double-digit tackles twice this year and is currently on pace to finish with a new career high.
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  • Seahawks' Julian Love: Clear for Week 4

    Love (hamstring) doesn't have a designation for Monday's road game against the Giants, Colin Gunther of the Seahawks' official site reports. Prior to being listed as questionable for a Week 3 matchup with the Panthers, Love managed just one limited practice. He was able to suit up last Sunday and log an 85 percent snap share on his way to five tackles and two pass defenses. This week, he opened it with back-to-back capped sessions before getting back to all activity Saturday, allowing the Seahawks to clear him entirely. Love thus will be looking to add to the 27 tackles (21 solo) that he's accrued through three games to start the season, with teammates Jamal Adams (knee) and Quandre Diggs (hamstring) available Monday.
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  • Seahawks' Julian Love: Gets in full practice Saturday

    Love (hamstring) does not carry an injury designation for Monday's matchup against the Giants, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Love was a limited participant in practice both Thursday and Friday but was able to log a full session Saturday. He's started at strong safety for Jamal Adams in the first three games of the season and has registered 27 tackles (21 solo) and three pass deflections. Even with Adams set to return Monday, Love should still see meaningful playing time, especially with Artie Burns (hamstring) and Tre Brown (concussion) ruled out.
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  • Seahawks' Julian Love: Listed as questionable

    Love (hamstring) is considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Panthers, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Love looks like a game-time decision after logging a limited practice Friday. He has yet to miss a defensive snap through two games, but if Jamal Adams (knee) returns that could change. More clarity on Love's status should come Sunday morning.
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  • Seahawks' Julian Love: Leads Seattle with 13 stops

    Love racked up 13 tackles (10 solo) and recovered a fumble Sunday against Detroit in a Week 2 overtime win. Love led the Seahawks in tackles in a game during which two of his teammates also logged double-digit stops. Love broke through with a career-best 124 stops with the Giants last season and appears on track to challenge that mark in his first campaign with Seattle, notching 22 (17 solo) through two weeks.
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  • Seahawks' Julian Love: Slated to start Week 1

    Love is expected to start at strong safety Week 1, Brady Henderson of ESPN reports. Love is now slated to start Sunday against the Rams alongside Quandre Diggs, as Jamal Adams has been ruled out with a knee injury. The 25-year-old Love spent the past four seasons with the Giants before signing with Seattle in March and could find himself starting multiple games, as Adams has yet to be given a definitive return date.
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  • Seahawks' Julian Love: Signs with Seattle

    Love and the Seahawks agreed to a two-year, $12 million contract Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. After four seasons with the Giants, Love is moving on to Seattle in 2023. The safety has increased his production each year of his career, producing 124 tackles, including a sack, while also recording five pass deflections, two interceptions, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery over 16 games in 2022. Love will step right into a significant role in the Seahawks' talented secondary.
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  • Giants' Julian Love: Records multiple career-best marks

    Love finished the regular season with 124 tackles (79 solo), one sack, two interceptions, five pass defenses and a forced fumble across 16 games. Love came into his own as an IDP asset this season, setting career-high marks in stops, INTs and sacks. Not coincidentally, he also tallied the most snaps (955) of his career and mostly maintained good health, sitting out only one game -- he was rested in New York's season finale in order to get a breather before the postseason. Love notched double-digit tackles in four different contests, highlighted by a 14-stop performance against Dallas in Week 3. He'll be a free agent after the campaign, and Jeremy Fowler of reports that the Giants hope to bring him back into the fold following his success this season.
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  • Giants' Julian Love: Crosses 100-tackle threshold

    Love had 10 tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's 48-22 loss to the Eagles. Love took a bad angle on a fourth down deep ball to DeVonta Smith in the second quarter, resulting in a 41-yard touchdown that gave the Eagles a 14-0 lead. Outside of that uncharacteristic mistake, the 24-year-old safety was productive as usual, reaching double digits in tackles for a third consecutive game to bring his season total to 107 (70 solo).
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  • Giants' Julian Love: Notches first INT of season

    Love totaled five tackles (three solo), two pass defenses and an interception in a 24-20 Week 6 victory over Baltimore. Love finished fourth on the team in tackles, and his biggest contribution came on a fourth-quarter interception of Lamar Jackson with less than three minutes remaining. New York was trailing by three points at the time, and Love returned the pick to Baltimore's 13-yard line, setting up a Saquon Barkley one-yard touchdown plunge that gave the Giants the victory. Love has established borderline IDP viability this season, racking up 41 tackles, one interception, one sack and one forced fumble through six contests.
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  • Giants' Julian Love: Won't return in Week 4

    Love (concussion) was downgraded to out for remainder of Sunday's game against the Bears, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Love appears to have suffered a concussion that forced him out of Sunday's contest. The fourth-year safety recorded 27 tackles and one sack over the first three weeks of the season, and his next chance to play will come during next week's game against the Packers in London.
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  • Giants' Julian Love: Leads team in tackles

    Love recorded 11 tackles (10 solo) across 68 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the 49ers. Love exploded onto the scene Sunday, more than doubling his tackles this season in a single contest. The second year safety also has the most defensive snaps out of the Giants' safety unit. If he continues this high level of play, Love could emerge as a reliable IDP option moving forward.
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